Trick or Treat Tote Design for Non-verbal Trick or Treaters
Halloween can be brutal for both non-verbal children and their families. Whether your child has a speech delay or is non-verbal for other reasons, you can empower them this holiday by letting them trick or treat on their own.
Trick or treating in Kindergarten was even worse than Pre-K. My son was still orally defensive and could hardly get any sounds out. He wanted so badly to trick or treat with his cousins like a big boy. Unfortunately that night there was more than a couple houses who refused to give him anything because he didn't say trick or treat.
Let me tell you, it took everything I had not to go Mama Bear on those people. Instead I tried to focus on what I could do to prevent it from happening again. A trick or treat bag is the fastest and easiest way for your child to express themselves without speaking and hopefully heading off those people.
This version is a kid friendly pumpkin with a message that does the trick or treating for them. There's also a bat filled version for kids who prefer something a little on the scary side. Have a fun-filled holiday!
The following image is for inspiration using this freebie:
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